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 Post subject: Mistform Ultimus - "You forgot Mistform Ultimus"
AgePosted: 2008-Jul-30 7:52 pm 
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I'm sure some of you are getting a little bleary-eyed from looking at Reaper King and sliver decklists- so, here's something a wee bit more casual and wacky for you all to read over.

The decklist speaks for itself. Yes, the Peer Pressure is foil.

Surprisingly, in all 6 of its (albeit casual) games, it's won, and in the process killed at least one person with general damage.

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Mistform Ultimus      
      
Mothdust Changeling         Unnatural Selection        Swarmyard
Amoeboid Changeling         Sage's Dousing             Mutavault
Shapesharer                 Peer Pressure              Riptide Laboratory
Turtleshell Changeling      Notorious Throng           Griffin Canyon
                            Knowledge Exploitation   
Mistform Sliver                                        Thawing Glaciers
Mistform Dreamer            Shuriken                   Tolaria West
Mistform Wall               Cloak and Dagger           Minamo, School at Water's Edge
Mistform Seaswift           Diviner's Wand             Academy Ruins
Mistform Shrieker           Obsidian Battle-Axe        Temple of the False God
Mistform Skyreaver          Coat of Arms               Island x30
      
Winged Sliver               Pact of Negation   
Vedalken Aethermage         Counterspell   
Lord of Atlantis            Hinder   
Voidmage Prodigy            Tidings   
Scion of Oona               Time Warp   
Sigil Tracer                Flow of Ideas   
Callous Oppressor           Take Possession   
Patron Wizard               Stroke of Genius   
Shifting Sliver      
Telekinetic Sliver          Sol Ring   
Seahunter                   Sensei's Divining Top   
Synapse Sliver              Skullclamp   
Higure, the Still Wind      Lightning Greaves   
Azami, Lady of Scrolls      Crystal Shard   
Wanderwine Prophets         Vedalken Shackles   
Aboshan, Cephalid Emperor   Sword of Light and Shadow   
Supreme Exemplar            Nevinyrall's Disk   
                            Citanul Flute   
Empress Galina              Gauntlet of Power   
                            Mind's Eye   
Duplicant                   Cauldron of Souls   
                            Akroma's Memorial   



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AgePosted: 2008-Jul-30 8:15 pm 
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Awesome deck! I almost want to build it, but copying an EDH deck seems wrong...

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I don't know why this thing looks so awesome.

Nice Noggle tribal deck!

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AgePosted: 2008-Jul-30 11:38 pm 
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I had a similar idea recently while looking at my Swarmyard. Nicely done. I bet Aboshan is quite a house when you get down to 1vs1.


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AgePosted: 2008-Aug-04 5:22 pm 
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cmb_master wrote:
I don't know why this thing looks so awesome.


Probably because of Ninjas.

intreped wrote:
I had a similar idea recently while looking at my Swarmyard. Nicely done. I bet Aboshan is quite a house when you get down to 1vs1.


I really have liked him when he's come out, but he's not quite a house. Even with 1 on 1, there's generally still a lot of mass removal, which is hard on strategies that like multiple creatures in play. Still, Aboshan is playable by himself or one other "cephalid" in play.

The deck naturally has a low mana curve, so it does do a lot better in 1v1, team or Pentagram games. I have not tried it in FFA, but I suspect it would be horribly outmatched unless everyone left it alone until the end.

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